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Lyndon J Linklater

Indigenous Relations Advisor

Lyndon Linklater in a brightly coloured ribbon shirt

Lyndon J Linklater is a traditional Knowledge Keeper and storyteller. He has an educational background in Indian Social Work, Indian Studies and some law. He is a citizen of the Thunderchild First Nation (Plains Cree) in Treaty 6 and has roots in Couchiching First Nation (Fort Francis, Ontario) in Treaty 3. Presently, Lyndon shares work with Remai Modern in Saskatoon as their Indigenous Relations Advisor, providing advice to their board and staff and delivering cultural programming.

He is the longest serving member of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner’s Speakers’ Bureau, since he was appointed in 2000. Over the years, he has spoken to tens of thousands of people, delivering awareness and enlightenment on Treaty and First Nation worldview.

He is a powerful storyteller that utilizes First Nation teachings that involve knowledge of ceremonies and mixes in humour to deliver a poignant message.